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together

adjective

together

adverb

Synonyms and Antonyms of together

  1. 1 at one and the same time <the two packages, although sent on different days, arrived together> Synonyms coincidentally, coincidently, concurrently, contemporaneously, simultaneously Related Words close, immediately, narrowly, near Phrases at once, in unison Near Antonyms apart, independently, individually, singly; consecutively, successively Antonyms separately

  2. 2 in or by combined action or effort <working together, we can get this project done on time> Synonyms concertedly, conjointly, hand in glove (or hand and glove), jointly Related Words collectively, mutually, reciprocally, unanimously, unitedly; cooperatively, symbiotically Phrases in concert Antonyms apart, independently, individually, separately, severally, single-handed, single-handedly, singly, solely, unaided, unassisted, unilaterally

  3. 3 with everyone or everything taken into account at the same time <together, the properties are worth more than five million> Synonyms all told, altogether, collectedly, collectively, inclusively, overall, all aroundRelated Words broadly, generally, liberally, loosely, macroscopically; all over, completely, comprehensively, encyclopedically, entirely, exhaustively, fully, sweepingly, thoroughly, totally, whollyNear Antonyms detailedly, microscopically, minutely; literally, narrowly, restrictedly, strictly; alone, categorically, distinctly, exclusively, fractionally, individually, separately, singly, singularly, soley, solitarily, specifically

  4. 4 in succession without others coming in between <for three days together the stubborn child refused to eat> Synonyms back-to-back, hand running [dialect], running, sequentially, seriatim, successionally, successively, consecutivelyRelated Words serially; constantly, continually, continuingly, continuously, night and day, repeatedly, unceasingly, uninterruptedly; subsequentlyNear Antonyms discontinuously, intermittently, interruptedly


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